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- n. Plural form of bear.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bear.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of barse.
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On March 29, 1896, in a tube factory on Halsted Street the name bears no connection to Halsted the surgeon in Chicago, Grubbe began to bombard Rose Lee, an elderly woman with breast cancer, with radiation using an improvised X-ray tube.
Mr Orme holds, apparently on good grounds, that this sermon was really delivered before the House of Commons, not in February 1649, as the title bears, but in February 1650.
But, at the other side of the Atlantic, the term bears
Now, this supplementary capital which the purchasing butcher gives for the title bears interest; it is not a new creation; this interest must enter into the price of his meat.
And its title bears an uncanny resemblance to that written in 1995 by another young lawyer, just prior to launching his political career.
Apparently the length of your title bears no relation to your intelligence in McGuinty's government.
Whether a term bears a number of specific meanings or one only, may be considered by the following means.
Chattel slavery: It is my understanding that this term bears no distinction to the word; slavery.
There is something touching as well as entertaining in the spirit of childlike freedom to which such a term bears witness.
"Also the label bears the year of vintage, 'I said.
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